Officials concerned about wind at wildfire near Yakima

YAKIMA, Wash. (AP) — Fire officials are concerned about high winds forecast this weekend as more firefighters arrive to help contain the Evans Creek Fire burning between Naches and Ellensburg. The Yakima Herald-Republic reports the fire was 69,920 acres as of Friday morning, or 110 square miles. It started Monday afternoon 8 miles northwest of Naches. It is 10% contained. The cause is under investigation. More than 900 firefighters and 21 aircraft have been called in to fight the blaze, which officials said Friday remains a top priority in Washington and Oregon.